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RE-DISCOVERING A RARE HERITAGE
Mookerjee’s moth-eaten diaries are preserved at the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML) and contain candid entries, thoughtful reflections, political points and deeply philosophical and spiritual expressions.
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Vladimir Putin-The Prince
One thing about Putin stood out as bizarre: he told his fellow agents he believed in God. In the KGB of the time, this was, one of them noted, “an inconceivable thing.”
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Decoding Dr Swamy…The Man You Don’t want to Mess With-1
In April 1981, Swamy visited Beijing and was received by Deng Xiaoping. It was during that meeting that he announced that Foreign Minister Huang Hua would go to India, and that China was open to a negotiated settlement on the Sino-Indian border dispute.
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Decoding Dr Swamy…The Man You Don’t want to Mess With-2
Swamy was one of the first Indian economists to predict India’s potential to grow at 8-10%, while we were characterised by the Hindu growth rates of 3-4%
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Veteran CPI leader Ardhendu Bhushan Bardhan passes away
Ardhendu Bhushan Bardhan has been a leading figure of the trade union movement and Left politics in Maharashtra.
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MY VIEW: I Listened to PM Narendra Modi in Singapore. And This is What I Thought.
For almost every initiative, from the Clean India campaign to even easing the fiscal deficit (#giveitup), he seeks the common man’s participation.
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Narasimhanomics and the middle way
it was PV, as Industries Minister, who signed off on the famous “Industrial Policy Statement” of July 24, 1991, that ended India’s infamous “Licence Permit Quota Raj”. Indeed, the most radical policy action taken in 1991, if one were to discount the July 1991 devaluation as an inevitability, was the delicensing decision taken by PV as Industries Minister.
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Sardar Patel's Last Letter to Jawaharlal Nehru
The Chinese interpretation of suzerainty seems to be different. We can, therefore, safely assume that very soon they will disown all the stipulations which Tibet has entered into with us in the past.
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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
During the election for the Congress presidency in 1946, thirteen of the sixteen states proposed Sardar Patel's name for the post. It was a very crucial election, as the elected president of the congress party would be later considered as the first Prime Minister of independent India.
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The Indian Jurist Revered by the Japanese
he believed that the exclusion of Western colonialism and the use of the atom bomb by the United States from the list of crimes, and judges from the vanquished nations on the bench, signified the "failure of the Tribunal to provide anything other than the opportunity for the victors to retaliate."
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NDA plans to rebuild image of Hindutva icon Syama Prasad Mookerji
"Syama Prasad Mookerjee over the years has been painted as a communal leader. But few people know that he was a visionary and noted educationist of his time. At the age of 33, he became the youngest vice chancellor of Calcutta University. He was also member of Jawaharlal Nehru's cabinet.
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सागर पार भारतीय क्रांत के पहले प्रचारक
भारत के स्वतंत्रता संग्राम के श्यामजी क्रष्ण वर्मा ऐसे प्रचारक जिन्होने सर्वप्रथम सागर पार जाकर भारतीय क्रांति की मशाल जलायी। श्यामजी क्रष्ण वर्मा का जन्म जन्मजातता अक्टूबर 1857 को काठियाव
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HE WAS LUCKY TO HAVE MET NETAJI
Sardar Sewa Singh Namdhari was a bridge between the Sikhs of Thailand and Bharat, and one of the few people alive who had a face to face meeting with Netaji Bose.Till the last days of his eventful life, the memory of his meeting with Netaji was not demised.
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Cultural Nationalism of Pandit Deendayal.By Dr.Shriprakash Singh
Ideals of swaraj set before us are very same ideals of divine democracy. The spiritual aspect of our nationalist movement originates from Vedantic thoughts.
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